Listen up all HTML developers we may have a new status code to use when developing for the web. Put forth by Tim Bray, the new 451 status code would indicate that content is unavailable due to legal reason, state censorship for example. The standard status code that was used before this was 403, but is technically wrong due to its definition. 403 is used when the request is understood by the server but the content is unavailable due to a password or access restrictions. 451 would clearly define whether the site has been censored or whether your hackery is not good enough to get you the password protected content you require. This status code would be completely optional according to Bray but we think that if our readers are anything like us, updating a website for an additional status code is no big deal. What do you think of the new proposed status code by Tim Bray? Let us know in the comments below! Until the next development update, Happy Hacking!